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Suggestion #107... RRS feed

  • Question

  • OK I am not the best typer and I tend to use the 'hen and peck' method of one finger typing.  I look at the keyboard and sometimes may type a paragraph before I look up at the monitor again!

    My pet peeve is when I leave the caps lock on, or accidentally hit it and type-away on my own merry way UNKNOWINGLY IN CAPITALS WITHOUT REALIZING THEY ARE ON AND IT LOOKS LIKE i AM YELLING!

    My suggestion, rather than re-typing, simple create a function where we can highlight the text, then simply hit Ctrl '69", or something, and the text flips from upper case to lower case.  Or something like that!?!  And OK we are here for a good time, not a long time, so some form of credit for this idea would be appreciated... perhaps name it, 'the Marr Manuevre'?  Or send me a new laptop :?  Or include me in the Board of Directors :) Trevor!
    Saturday, January 2, 2010 10:08 PM

Answers

  • After checking the issue, it seems this is a general word related issue. As this forum focuses on Windows SteadyState specific issues, in the future, you can post the inquiry to word forum:

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/word/threads

    The reason why we recommend posting appropriately is you will get the most qualified pool of respondents, and other partners who read the forums regularly can either share their knowledge or learn from your interaction with us.  Thank you for your understanding.


    Sean Zhu - MSFT
    Tuesday, January 5, 2010 4:13 AM
    Moderator

All replies

  • Hey Trevor, there is an answer to this question! Type your text in Microsoft Word as Word has the ability to switch text in the way you need.

    The button you want is the CHANGE CASE button in the FONT group in Word 2007.

    Enjoy!
    Sunday, January 3, 2010 11:41 AM
  • Thanks Guy... I also found this link quite handy!

    Here you go.

    http://www.convertcase.net/


    Regards,
    Tuesday, January 5, 2010 3:12 AM
  • After checking the issue, it seems this is a general word related issue. As this forum focuses on Windows SteadyState specific issues, in the future, you can post the inquiry to word forum:

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/word/threads

    The reason why we recommend posting appropriately is you will get the most qualified pool of respondents, and other partners who read the forums regularly can either share their knowledge or learn from your interaction with us.  Thank you for your understanding.


    Sean Zhu - MSFT
    Tuesday, January 5, 2010 4:13 AM
    Moderator